Labor Day is a good time to remember that workplace justice, whether in the U.S. or around the globe, has never just happened naturally. Quite the opposite.Read more
Lawmakers should amend the bill to allow states and the federal government to experiment with labeling variations.Read more
We look to companies and the adults who work for them to provide business students with better role models. Everyone takes cues for behavior from those around them. Dishonesty is contagious. We cannot get to a state in which students feel like suckers for doing the right thing.
An over-emphasis on risk keeps us on a path of punishment, incapacitation and failure in the business of reducing reoffending. The research indicates that an effective criminal justice system is one that involves assessing risk, but also the situational, physical, behavioral, cognitive and psychiatric problems of offenders. Effective sentencing should be collaborative, involving a variety of relevant experts in assessment and sentencing decisions.Read more
Gov. Greg Abbott recently signed a Transfer on Death Deed, or TODD, law similar to what roughly half of the other states in the nation use to allow people to transfer ownership of real property – their home – often without the costs of judges or lawyers. This new tool is critical and Texans ought to take advantage of it.Read more